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Salmon and trout

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Salmon and trout in King County, Washington and the northwest

Salmon Watchers Program
Stream List

Big Bear Creek

Boeing Creek

Boren Creek

Carillon Creek

Cedar River

Unnamed Tributary to the Cedar River

Coal Creek

Coal Creek Tributary

Cold Creek

Colin Creek

Cottage Lake Creek

Cottage Lake Creek Tributary 0127

Cutthroat Creek

Denny Creek

Des Moines Creek

East Creek

Ebright Creek

East Fork Issaquah Creek

Ellis Creek

Evans Creek

Fauntleroy Creek

Fisher Creek

Forbes Creek

Frew Side Channel, Tolt River

Great Dane Creek

Goff Creek

Hamm Creek

Harris Creek

Holder Creek

Idylwood Creek

Issaquah Creek

Juanita Creek

Judd Creek

Kelsey Creek

Lake Washington Beaches

Lewis Creek

Little Bear Creek

Laughing Jacobs Creek

Longfellow Creek

Lyons Creek

Mackey Creek

Maple Leaf Creek (now called South Fork Thornton Creek)

May Creek

McAleer Creek

Miller Creek

Newaukum Creek

North Creek

O. O. Denny Creek

Penny Creek

Peters Creek

Pipers Creek

Raging River

Richards Creek

Rock Creek

Rutherford Creek

Sammamish River

Sears Creek

Seidel Creek

Shinglemill Creek

Silver Creek

South Fork Thornton Creek

Scriber Creek

Sturtevant Creek

Swamp Creek

Taylor Creek (Cedar)

Thornton Creek

Tibbetts Creek

Totem Lake Tributary 0235

Tributary 0141

Tributary 0143

Tuck Creek

Valley Creek

Vasa Creek

Venema Creek

Walker Creek

Walsh Lake Diversion

Woodin Creek

West Trib. Kelsey Creek

Yarrow Creek

This program is conducted in cooperation with the King County Water and Land Resources Division, Bellevue Stream Team, Redmond Stream Team, and the cities of Seattle, Bothell, Issaquah, Kirkland, and Renton, with financial support from the King County Flood Control District Cooperative Watershed Management Grant.